Jazzer's arranged a double date for him and Harry. Harry's had an advance peek at the "friend", by popping into the café-bar where she works, and he's looking forward to meeting her.
Matt has a private word with Jolene. He's had a discreet chat with a chum who believes The Bull could be converted into apartments, with a row of mews cottages in the car park, thus helping the village's housing problem. Matt assures Jolene he'd get her a good deal, and she agrees to think about it.
As Jolene mulls over the January takings, Harry senses she's on a downer. He reminds her that she's the heart and soul of the community.
Jill's pleased Ruth and David have managed to buy a car for Pip's birthday. Ruth's still worried about lambing but David's relieved that his meeting with Graham Ryder went well. It shouldn't take long now. And he thinks he's found a buyer for Nigel's Gloucester bull, Custard. He goes to ring the potential buyer, and to open a well-earned bottle of wine. Ruth and Bert finish off in the lambing shed before joining him but Ruth has to open the wine herself. David's asleep in the chair.
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